Jihad Explained

By M. Amir Ali, Ph.D.,Published by The Institute of Islamic Information & Education In the linguistic sense, the Arabic word "jihad" means struggling or striving and applies to any effort exerted by anyone. In this sense, a student struggles and strives to get an education and pass course work; [...]

2018-01-05T03:45:04+00:00November 13th, 2014|Jihad, On Faith, Terrorism|

In a first, Washington National Cathedral to host Friday Muslim prayer service

By Michelle Boorstein Washington National Cathedral, known for presidential funerals and other major spiritual services, will host a Muslim prayer service for the first time Friday. The cathedral, part of the Episcopal Church, has long held high-profile interfaith events, and some mosques hold services in synagogues or churches if they need [...]

2017-12-01T00:19:33+00:00November 11th, 2014|External Links, Islam and Other Faiths|

Jehron Muhammad: Black women and Islam

By Jehron Muhammad “A Nation Can Rise No Higher Than Its Women: African American Muslim Women in the Movement for Black Self Determination” is the name of Philadelphia-born Bayyinah S. Jeffries' recent book. The title not only suggests the important contribution of black Muslim women to the advent of Islam [...]

2019-01-14T22:04:33+00:00November 11th, 2014|African Americans, External Links, Islam and Other Faiths|
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